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A daycare is more than just a place for kids to go while they’re parents are busy. Kids learn how to interact with others and enjoy some playtime during their time at daycare too. It’s extremely important that the kids stay safe, and sometimes that requires upkeep outside of normal maintenance.
A daycare owner in Brampton, Ontario, was dealing with sinking concrete right outside of the entrance. Water was pooling there, and whenever the temperatures dropped ice would form.
Looking for a solution to eliminate the chance of ice buildup, the customer reached out to Canadian Concrete Leveling. Project Manager Paul Mendell met with the owner and assessed the situation.
Foreman Kyle McKeown used our PolyLevel® high-density polyurethane to lift the concrete slabs back to their original pour height. PolyLevel® is injected as a liquid and then expands beneath the concrete, lifting the slab while stabilizing the soils beneath.
The daycare owner is thrilled that his establishment is safe once again. The kids can use the walkway without any hazards, and the concrete is protected from further settlement.
Keeping an establishment operating smoothly is the goal of any owner. Whether it’s a recreation centre or a library, it’s crucial to maintain a safe business.
A customer in Brampton, Ontario, operates a daycare service. The kid’s playground is separate from the building, and over the years, the walkway had settled. This created a tripping hazard right where the kids walk every day, so the situation needed to be remedied.
The daycare owner reached out to Canadian Concrete Leveling and met with Project Manager Paul Mendell. Paul showed the customer our solutions, and he was happy to hear we had a minimally invasive method that the kids could be walking on in a matter of hours.
Foreman Kyle McKeown drilled dime-sized holes throughout the concrete to start the repair. He used these holes to inject our high-density polyurethane, PolyLevel®, which lifts the concrete slab while compressing any soils below.
The customer is thrilled that the concrete is repaired. The work comes with a warranty for peace of mind, and the kids can safely use the walkway.
The front of your home leaves a lasting impression in the minds of visitors. It’s the first thing people see when they come to visit, and it’s also the first thing possible buyers see during a showing.
A customer in Toronto, Ontario, was having trouble with their front walkway. Poor soil had caused the slabs to sink and shift, creating a tripping hazard and causing an unsightly scene. They were concerned water may even make its way into the house, so they reached out to Canadian Concrete Leveling.
Project Manager Joe McColl met with the customers and inspected their walkway. He introduced them to our PolyLevel® system, and a date was set for the repair.
Foreman Kyle McKeown worked hard installing our high-density polyurethane in a number of spots to lift and level the slabs. He also ensured that the walkway drained away from the home’s foundation, preventing water from possibly entering the house.
The customer is happy that his walkway is leveled, and his tripping hazard is gone. His home has a welcoming front entrance once again, and the risk of water seepage has been eliminated.
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Did you know that unstable soils can cause your concrete steps, patios, pool decks, and more to crack and sink? At Canadian Concrete Leveling, we offer 20 years of combined concrete repair experience. With efficient customer service, innovative solutions, and proven products, we restore slabs for homes and commercial properties in Toronto, ON!
So, avoid costly, outdated concrete repair solutions and take advantage of the services by Canadian Concrete Leveling. We offer free concrete leveling, concrete crack repair, and concrete sealing estimates, click below to schedule yours today!
If you have damaged, sinking concrete slabs around your home or business, then they are doing more then making your property look unappealing. As a falling hazard, they can also cause a serious liability issue.
With these factors in mind, most property owners understand the importance of concrete repair services but are turned off by the idea of a messy, complicated, and disruptive job. Good thing Canadian Concrete Leveling provides PolyLevel, a simple injection system that provides a no-mess, precise lift and produces long-lasting results!
Contact us today to schedule a free concrete leveling estimate for your Toronto home or commercial property!
Cracked concrete is unsightly and lowers the value of your Toronto property. Don't fret, Canadian Concrete Leveling is here with an innovative concrete sealant that restores cracked driveways, pool decks, sidewalks, and more, all while providing long-lasting flexibility.
Our NexusPro concrete crack repair solution can be installed all year-round and is ultra-durable, resistant to harsh weather, UV rays, and more!
To learn more about our innovative concrete crack repair solution or to schedule a free estimate, contact us today!
To schedule a free concrete sealing estimate in Toronto, ON, contact us today!
If you want durable concrete repair services but don't want to deal with the mess, distraction, and costs that come standard with other contractors, Canadian Concrete Leveling is the solution. We offer concrete leveling, concrete crack repair, and concrete sealing with attentive customer service, innovative solutions, and proven products.
To schedule a free concrete repair estimate for your Toronto home or commercial property, click below today!
Contracting Company in Toronto, ON, needed to have their sinking concrete flooring lifted and leveled in their warehouse.
Due to the heavy equipment brought in and out of the warehouse, it caused the foundation underneath the concrete floors to sink. They knew that the problem would only get worse and worse and eventually, the floor would sink to the point where it would be nearly impossible to move their equipment out of the warehouse.
Luckily for them, they knew who to contact. The owners called Canadian Concrete Leveling for their free estimate where shortly after, Project Manager, Paul Mendell went to the site to assess the damage. He concluded that a PolyLevel® Injection would lift and level the concrete back to its original height.
Once there was a plan set, Installation Foreman, Bill McKeown and his crew got to work. They injected the Polyurethane into the floor and lifted and leveled the concrete back to its initial stature.
Now, the owners are contented that they can safely and efficiently utilize their warehouse once again.
A home in Toronto, Ontario, had a problem with the basement floor. The Back half of floor had sunk down 2 inches. There was a large gap between floor and baseboards. The Stone wall next to fireplace was separating in the middle of the wall as well. The biggest concern was that the elderly woman living in the home might trip when going out of the back door. Another concern, was that the stone facing would separate and fall off.
The customer called Canadian Concrete Leveling and spoke to Paul Mendell who explained the process of our solution. Bill McKeown and Kyle McKeown came in and used our PolyLevel foam system. The PolyLevel was injected under the floor, to lift it back to it’s original height and permanently stabilize it. Dime sized holes were drilled in specific areas and the high-density polymer was injected under the floor slab.The customer now has a peace of mind that the home is safe, without trip hazards and the stone wall facing was safely stabilized.
A home in Toronto, Ontario, had a concrete slab in the front of the house that had sunken. This was causing a trip hazard to the homeowner because the last step was too high and they had mobility issues. There was a fear from the family that someone would tripp and fall.
The customer called Clarke Basement System and Ron Monk explained what would be done. Bill Mckeown and the Canadian Concrete Leveling Team came in and injected PolyLevel foam beneath the concrete slab to lift and stabilize it. The walkway is now lifted to the original pour line allowing for the step to be smaller. The customer was satisfied because it made the walkway safer and eliminated trip hazards.
Branksome Hall, a school in Toronto, Ontario had uneven pavement on the walkway of the school. There were some slabs that were uneven and not leveled with each other. There were also some slabs slanted towards a hill and that was causing students to slip off the pathway and down the hill during the winter. This was becoming a serious safety issue. The owner of the school called Canadian Concrete Leveling to come fix these hazards before the school year started up again.
Our Canadian Concrete Leveling team came in and drilled dime sized holes in the affected areas. They then pumped PolyLevel injection foam into the holes to fill the space under the concrete to lift and stabilize the slabs. They then needed to make sure the slab was slanted away from the hill, they used a jack to hold up the slab on one side so they could continue to use the PolyLevel Foam to fill the void. The Canadian Concrete Leveling team completed the job before school started so that the owner did not have to worry about trip hazards and unsafe walkways for the students.
A home in Toronto, Ontario had a sinking slab on the front walkway. The walkway had cracked across the middle and one half of the slab was sinking towards the crack creating a trip hazard and causing water to pool on the walkway after heavy rain. During the winter the pooling water in this area would freeze and cause a slip hazard as well. The customer wanted this to be fixed so that there would be no more safety hazard.
The customer called Canadian Concrete Leveling to fix the problem. John DiNicolantonio explained to the customer that it would be a quick fix and comes with complete warranty. Billy McKeown and the team used PolyLevel Foam System to level the walkway, eliminating the trip hazard. The foam travels through the voids underneath the concrete and expands, allowing for us to lift the slab and stabilize the substrate to prevent further settlement. They covered the crack with NexusPro Joint Sealant to prevent water from making its way between the slabs again. The customer is left with a safe and usable walkway. They were very pleased that they could have the walkway fixed at a fraction of the cost of concrete replacement.